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Walk up The Lawley No ratings yet.

The Lawley is a beautiful hill that lies North East of the more trodden and popular Long Mynd range in the Shropshire Hills AONB (Area of Outstaning Natural Beauty). Its sleek and beautiful crested shape can be fully appreciated from its neighbouring hill Caer Caradoc, a smooth spined and long peak that although fairly small, …

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Walk up Foinaven No ratings yet.

Like all of the Sutherland mountains, Foinaven rises from low lying flat and boggy terrain and although it is not quite a Munro, it certainly feels like one. This route visits its two highest summits, Ceann Garbh and Ganu Mor, a Corbett Top and Corbett respectively. You can easily add on the summit of A’Che’ir …

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